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Thursday, September 26, 2019

Throw Back Thursday

Here are some memories from September 2016

Sandy and I met up at a restaurant in Pensacola. It was so nice to finally meet each other in person after reading blogs and emailing each other. She is a gem just like I knew she would be.

Grimmwood was in progress.  Back then it was just a dream and hard to picture how it would look when it was finished.

Out on the porch before it was a porch.

It was starting to look like a real house!!

So fun to look back at good times.

10 comments:

Ramblings of a Retired Lady said...

Yes, it is always fun to remember the good times in our lives.

Sandy said...

And we WILL do that again! I have missed it. You have become very special dear.
Grimmwood is such a special place. I am so happy that you can see your sisters and mom and just relax. That is one thing I have learned about being blessed with a second place. It is all I need as far as vacation so many times. It does me so good.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What fun to look back at happy times like these. I would fit right in with you and Sandy! I would love to meet you both! And how nice your house turned out. It's fun to have pics of 'before'! Enjoy your day!

Preppy Empty Nester said...

You and Sandy are tooooo cute!!xx

Meg said...

What a sweet picture of you and Sandy. Arlene, I love your dress! Fun to see Grimmwood in its earliest stages.

Mari said...

I remember when Grimmwood was being built. It sure turned out wonderful and has been a blessing, I know!

Carol said...

Love that photo of two of my favorite bloggers--so glad you two got to meet in person. Hope your flooring project is going well :)

Barbara said...

Just wandering around on your blog this morning because I've got behind in my reading. LOVE the 2016 photo of you and Sandy!

Laurie said...

I have missed visiting with you but I’m back, I’ve had to reconfigure my blog name so it has a new address but I’m back and I’ve missed so much,

Robin in Virginia said...

What a super picture of you and Sandy! I love seeing the snapshots of Grimmwood as it became Grimmwood!